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THE HAIIVEST—THE FUNDS.

THE HAIIVEST—THE FUNDS.

What can more satisfactory at the present moment than to observe, that the harvest approaches the prospect brightens, and that as the price of provisions lowers, the Funds rise ?—What can more gratifying than this ? particularly when it is recollected, that the great Lottery Fri
10 July 1817 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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10 July 1817 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WANTS A SITUATION,

WANTS A SITUATION,

As Footman, or Thorough Servant Kcguiar Family, X Steady active Man, who can he highly re- by fespect families now in town ; is of the Established Church. Commands for G. H. at the of Saunders’s News-Letter, will be immediately attended to. 10
10 July 1817 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO BE SOLD.

TO BE SOLD.

The dwelling house. No. 14, Upper Ormondqu»v," wherein Joseph Wade lately resided, and carried on the grocery and wine trade, with the warehouses and extensive concerns at the rere, extending to Little Strand-street,. These premises are in excellent’ repair, the shop fitted up i
12 April 1817 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
BARUACK-OFFICE, DUBLIN,

BARUACK-OFFICE, DUBLIN,

- Apnit, ISI7. TO BE SOLD Oil LET, THE several following Barracks in Ireland, together with the Lauds appendant thereto respectively, via. Castlebar [Cavalry) Middlfion t Moa/eiloyn, [netir Cork) Forkhill, Naas, (old barrack Moats) Kinsale, New Geneva, Langford, [lnfantry) Rost
12 April 1817 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 

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Jane Harding, examin

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ed by Mr. Bclhct. Lives at house near Richmond Barracks, lets i remembers the prisoner, Mary Kilfoiie, , coming to her lodging, it was in the at'ternoon, she s.nd she had come from Nenagh, had two children with her, she appeared very tender them, she got : bread and milk tor the
28 November 1817 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
jC3 SO7 12 5

jC3 SO7 12 5

SO7 12 5 Balance in hand lO 5 order, GEO. ARCHER. See considerable portion of the rums subscribed have no. vet lieen oaid it is requested Gentlemen will lodge such in Bank Save, «wl Co. Estjrs, Treasurers the Fur.ii EXCHANGE. v- , j.vk. 5, IRIT. MONTHLY Mggtine and Report of the
11 January 1817 - Dublin Evening Post - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
TO T lIL

TO T lIL

TO T Secretary of the Belfast Insurance Company. H'E, the undersigned, rei/urst you will cnll Reeling PROPRIETORS of the BELFIST IKSI’RA E COM A V, THURSDAY the of January instant,Jor the purpose of taking into consideration the propriety Dissolving the Company. r ' Belfast, Janu
27 January 1817 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
married.

married.

At Lisburn, on ins*, the • John Cup»agc Esq M ° , " cond daughter 10 Josejih Fulton Esq Euz v «™. «•- feifeys-*.* s'" uie I»te ,«r. ueor-e Onodvnn, Kilcock as? "”' f F ""f' ° f Rockfi ''- Thoum* Towers l< ! “' eldest daughter iOW * rS » county Tipperary, Esq. 10NDON EXCIIANCE, J
27 January 1817 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LOTTERY.

LOTTERY.

First Day's Drawing, Tuesday, 21 st Jan. No. 9.428. s Prz« £l7, and Itt drawn Priza, cnlittcd l,(H)0 Guineat. 4.644 ,£l7, ditto, ditto, 9,446 17, d tt». ditto, 500. No. 187 1 4th ditto, ditto. 4(K». 17, sth ditto, ditto, No. 3,528 17, cth ditto, ditto, 300. No. 4,805 ditto, ditt
27 January 1817 - Belfast Commercial Chronicle - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland